Railroad Professional 2.1 [CRACKED]
A GUIDE for: Railway companies, utility companies, road authorities, professional engineers, consulting engineering companies, contractors, governments, public authorities, railway safety regulators and provincial and territorial regulators.
Railroad Professional 2.1
In order to qualify as a Professional Engineer, for the purpose of section 11 of the RSA, a person must be authorized by a Canadian provincial or territorial licensing body to engage in the practice of professional engineering. In Canada, their designation is Professional Engineer (P.Eng) with the exception of Quebec, where the designation can either be Professional Engineer (P.Eng) or ingénieur(e) (ing.).
As the worldwide business landscape evolves, responding to the whims of technology and increased competition, so does the importance of professional development programs. Designed to arm employees with new resources to succeed in their positions, even preparing them to accept additional duties within the company, these programs are gaining in popularity, complexity and necessity.
Conversely, training is based on the needs of the organization at the time. While employees can co-train on a mutually agreed topic, professional development budgets have shrunk in the past few years.
Many employers shy away from professional development programs, thinking they are unnecessary. However, there are several ways these programs can benefit not just your employees, but also your business.
While some staffers welcome professional development opportunities, others might be reluctant. As an employer, you should encourage educational pursuits in and out of the workplace. You could also organize initiatives to stimulate new ideas.
Key takeaway: Consult your employees on which professional development programs sound most helpful to them. Some ideas are lunch-and-learns, industry expert speakers, online courses, and/or internal mentorships.
From concept to design and project delivery, this is where you will find a comprehensive array of professional services available to the transportation industry. Services encompass regional design centers, engineering support, plans, specifications and estimates, utilities, drainage design, traffic support and much more.